DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Tonight will be seasonable as lows drop to the low and middle 70s with mostly clear skies.

Wednesday will start off dry and mostly sunny, temperatures will climb to the middle 90s, and then showers and storms will start popping over the Tri-State during the afternoon and evening hours. A couple of these storms could be on the strong to severe side with gusty winds of 60 mph being the most likely threat.

Thursday takes our rain chances to 70%. Most of the rain will probably be in the evening. Highs will only climb to the upper 80s because of the partly cloudy to overcast skies throughout the day.

Friday will be similar to Thursday with a high-end rain chance and below-average high temperatures. At bare minimum, expect the football fields and stands to be wet for the opening games of the 2022 high school football season. Showers/storms could linger through game time, so don’t be surprised if games are cancelled due to the weather.

Saturday should still have a 60% chance for showers and storms. High will rebound to the upper 80s.

Sunday could bring our high temperatures back to the 90s degree mark with a 50% chance for showers and storms.

Monday and Tuesday still have a 40% and 30% chance for rain respectively. Morning lows will be around 72 degrees like the preceding mornings. Afternoon highs will climb to the seasonable low 90s.